Currychiwa is a start-up with hangry ambitions, headed by two old hands in the food industry: Michael & Bruno. Since his Japanese adventure many years ago, Michael has been missing Japanese curry so much that he decided to bring this fast casual dining concept to Belgium himself. To the great delight of true Japan lovers... and with success since Jan 2022.
The first location is Ghent, 9,478 km from Tokyo. And actually it goes further than allowing you to taste the most popular Japanese dish, they would also like you to experience the typical atmosphere of a Japanese curry house. There’s only one word for this: ‘Omotenashi’: unconditional hospitality. Sounds right up your street?
We are curryently 😉looking for a TEAMLEADER for Currychiwa GENT!
This new colleague has a passion for fast casual horeca, likes to smile and is gentle with our customers. We work in small teams (max 3p) so we need a teamplayer.
Preferably you have some horeca experience but a fast-learner is always welcome. You don't need to be a chef but some love for cooking is necessary.
We offer a parttime of about 20h/week, divided in lunch and/or dinner shifts from Monday till Saturday ... either as working student/flexi or steady job.
Please apply with CV to firstname.lastname@example.org ... en geen probleem om alles in het Nederlands te sturen :)
We are also always interested in receiving applications from JOBSTUDENTS!
If you like to have a student job during your studies and want to work in a nice environment serving Japanese Curry to our customers, please also apply with your CV to email@example.com!
Master of Curry
As the Master of Curry you bear the final responsibility for everything that ends up on the plates. But don’t worry... there’s a pre-prepared recipe and menu. So a knowledge of Japanese cuisine is a plus, but any experience in the kitchen is welcome. Most importantly, Michael & Bruno are looking for inquisitive curry fans who can work together as a team. Ready to put everything you’ve got on the table in exchange for a decent portion of ‘lost in translation’ and infinite ‘ikigai’?
As a Curry Taker, Omotenashi is your most important characteristic. Because you’re the face of Currychiwa in the take-away section and in the restaurant. You love turning every hangry mood into a wonderful Currychiwa moment for our guests and catering to their every need. The more international and multicultural you are when doing so, the better. Because Michael & Bruno are looking for an international and happy team. And they’re also dreaming of quickly opening many more Japanese curry houses, so opportunities for growth are definitely up for grabs. Do you have what it takes?